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Oreos Are As Addictive As Cocaine

Ah Ha! I knew it! A new study showed that Oreos are just as addictive as cocaine. The researchers showed that it effects the same part of the brain as coke does and gives our little pleasure center a dose of the hormone that says I’d like some more please

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Maine Concerns This Week: Veterans’ Memorial+Dessert and Auction

Every Sunday, Townsquare Media airs a public service program called "Maine Concerns." If you haven’t checked it out, you really should! We cover everything from local charitable organizations and their events, to health tips, and more.

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Lobster Roll: Official Maine State Sandwich? [POLL]

In January, Maine lawmakers will weed their way through 401 newly proposed bills.  Committees will be set up to review, debates will rage on, and some new bills will be passed into law.

In years past, a lot of the bills have been killed dead in their tracks time and time again in Augusta, stuff like driving while talking on a cell phone and mandatory motorcycle helmets

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Discount at Farmers’ Markets Offered to Furloughed Federal Employees

Food and Medicine of Brewer is helping furloughed government workers provide food for their families. The temporary program will offer discounts at three area Farmers' Markets, for the duration of the government shutdown.

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Safe Dashboard Dining

Many state laws prohibit cell phone use and texting while driving, but there are no laws against eating while driving. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says a driving distraction is anything that diverts the driver's attention from the primary tasks of navigating the vehicle and responding to critical events

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28% Of Americans Say They Don’t Know How To Cook.

Let me start this post by saying in my opinion the actual truth is if you can read you CAN cook but you may not enjoy or want to or have some other perfectly valid excuse. That said, a new survey confirms that is the way for  about one third of Americans claiming ignorance as the second-most-cited reason for not cooking regularly

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Maine Kiwi…Who Knew?

My boyfriend and I went out to help his dad pick apples from his trees in Greenfield on Saturday. We had a great day and while there I was introduced to the Maine Kiwi. About the size of a green grape these vines grow huge and grab onto every tree within their reach

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Chemists Sell Weight Loss Pill Over The Counter For The First Time In UK

Food For Thought, Plate Color and Size Could Be Your Key To Diet Success

You know that most people struggle with a maintaining a healthy diet.  Most physicians and nutritionist alike will confirm that portion size is a key to success. So how do you keep a portion appropriate and still feel full?  No surprise it’s all in your head and here’s how you can do it

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Maine Celebrates Open Creamery Day

Celebrate the season’s bounty next month by sampling Maine made cheeses and learning how they’re made. Make a day of it! Enjoy the foliage, stop by a farmers' market, and visit the animals at the farm!

Maine’s creameries produce over 150 varieties of artisan cheeses each year

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PETA Targets Maine Lobster Industry [POLL]

A new video released by the animal rights group has got lobster processors boiling.

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